A Taste of London: Part 1

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London. A place of enchantment, opportunity, and culture. Did I mention I am referring to the London food scene?

The capital is nowadays a hotspot for bustling and exciting culinary adventures, and home to some of the world’s most innovative chefs. If you have not already been there, now is the time to do so. Whether you want to discover or rediscover London, these proposed unique dining experiences are ideal for anyone wanting to enjoy the metropolitan taste of London.

 

Scotts Restaurant London Oyster Bar Champagne Seafood Fish Crustaceans Bar SustainableScotts

This elegant seafood restaurant, which is located in the heart of Mayfair, serves only the finest variety of oysters, fish, and crustaceans. Scotts is suitable for both lunch and dinner, so you can pay it a visit anytime you feel like dining on delicious oysters while sipping on tasty champagne cocktails acquired from the oyster and champagne bar. An additional benefit to visiting Scotts is that all of the fish come from sustainable sources. And if you do not like fish, Scotts offers a divine meat, poultry, and game option. All of these dishes can be enjoyed in a beautifully sophisticated dining area that has been specially designed to offer you a holistic and elegant dining experience.

Location: 20 Mount Street, London, W1K 2HE

Contact: 020 7495 7309, http://www.scotts-restaurant.com/

 

 

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Bull in a China Shop 

This unique whiskey bar and eatery is located in the contemporary inner-city district of Shoreditch. You can come here to experience breakfast, lunch, and dinner – the menu boasts an array of superfood salads, eggs benedict, and charcoal bun sandwiches among other things. A renowned dish of theirs is the Asian spiced whiskey glazed rotisserie chicken. Speaking of whiskey, the bar serves over 30 unique and premium whiskeys, from Scotland to Japan.

Location:196 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6LG

Contact: 0207 539 9299, http://bullinachinashop.london/

 

London 1901

1901 

This remarkable British restaurant, located in Andaz, offers a memorable dining experience to all those who enter, especially breakfast lovers. You can enjoy freshly baked pastries whilst sitting in what was once the Great Eastern Hotel’s original ballroom. If you can take your eyes off the magnificent setting you will notice a delicious breakfast buffet. I guarantee that this is not a buffet you can walk away hungry from!

Location: Andaz Liverpool Street Restaurants, 40 Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 7QN

Contact: 0044 207 618 7123, http://www.andazdining.com/1901/default-en.html

 

 

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Bleeding Heart 

The Bleeding Heart is a beautiful French restaurant, bistro, and tavern located in Farringdon among renowned historical surroundings. It boasts an elegant wood-paneled interior, ideal for business lunches, and dinners, as well as being an impressive date spot. Enjoy the delicious à la carte menu whilst sipping on one of 450 wines coming from all over the world. The wine list is so prestigious that it was named ‘one of the best in the world’ for the past 20 years by the renowned wine connoisseurs’ bible, the Wine Spectator.

Location: Bleeding Heart Yard, Farringdon, London, EC1N 8SJ

Contact: 020 7242 8238, http://bleedingheart.co.uk/

 

Avenue Restaurant London Bar American Manhattan Nightlife Cocktails

Avenue Restaurant 

This up-scale American bar and restaurant offers contemporary American dishes and wines in a Manhattan setting. This beautifully decorated restaurant is great for special occasions as it is known for its sparkle and glamor. You can enjoy the vast range of cocktails available at the bar and soak up the Manhattan nightlife experience, while in the British capital city. Regarding food, this restaurant is full of surprises as you will be greeted by a seasonal set menu each time you visit.

Location: 7-9 St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1EE

Contact: 020 7231 2111, http://www.avenue-restaurant.co.uk/

 

 

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